RIF Information 


A Letter From our Recruitment Chair

          Hey y’all! My name is Campbell Fox and I have the privilege of serving as the Chi Omega recruitment chair for 2022-23. Recruitment has allowed me to see the chapter in a new light, and it has been the greatest honor seeing the authenticity found within Chi O. There are so many aspects to recruitment, but ultimately I want to lead you to a community that will rally beside you and encourage you to your greatest potential. 

         Recruitment can be nerve-racking! I look back to my freshman-year self, moving to Baylor with little idea of what sorority recruitment looked like. I was the first in my family to go through rush, so needless to say I was intimidated! However you may be feeling, whether it be exciting jitters or anxious anticipation, I hope that you find rest in knowing that Chi Omega wants to know your heart. I remember feeling the pressure of wanting to be perfect going through recruitment, but the genuine community within Chi Omega has allowed me to recognize that there’s no mask, no perfect outfit, or perfect smile that I have to put on for show. Rather the relationships that have formed within Chi Omega have been the friends that not only celebrate the victories but link arms and come beside me in the hard times. Chi Omega has given me a place where the good days are better, the dance parties are longer, and I am offered friendships that have drastically changed my life.

          I want to encourage you to lean in! Lean into the community that is pouring in and hold tight to those friends that feel like you’ve known for a lifetime. When looking for your home during recruitment, I want to remind you that a sorority will not complete you. No letters or titles will complete you, rather the mission is to come beside you, and lead you to be your best self. The same role models I met as a freshman are still mentoring me today, and it is such a gift to experience the consistency of the relationships in Chi Omega. There is something so special about this chapter, and I want you to experience the same life-giving friendships I’ve been able to be a part of. We can’t wait to meet you!

Campbell Fox


RIF Information

My name is Caroline Copeland and I am the RIF Chair for the 2022-23 recruitment year at Baylor. To submit a RIF there is a new online RIF system that provides a RIF with the same content as the past paper form and delivers it to the chapters recruitment team as well as the RIF advisor within minutes of submitting all of the correct information.

We highly suggest that RIFS are submitted online due to expediting the process and ensuring that each RIF has all the information needed for approval. If you have any questions about the electronic process.

Please Email RIF Questions to:

Caroline Copeland /

All paper RIFs, Letters of Recommendation and Letters of Support should be mailed to:


Chi Omega

One Bear Place #85613

Waco, TX 76798

Online RIFs can be found by logging into the Chi Omega EveryDay website:

For more information about Sorority Spring Recruitment and Greek Life and to register for Recruitment:
Please see the Panhellenic site at:


Baylor Panhellenic recruitment is unique from other universities around the nation. Specifically, recruitment is held at the beginning of the spring semester. Formal recruitment is comprised within five days: open house day, philanthropy day, sisterhood day, preference day and bid day. To learn more about 2023 recruitment and how you can join, visit student activities.